Irina Konstantinova

Irina Konstantinova has been HR Director of Uralkali since December 2017.

In 2002, she graduated from Perm State Technical University with a degree in Chemical Technology of Inorganic Substances. In 2006, she received a diploma in Economics and Company Management. In 2011, she graduated from the International Management Institute with a degree in Management.

Irina Konstantinova has been working in the Company for more than 20 years, mainly occupying senior positions in the Human Resources Directorate.

Since July 2021, she has been working as Head of HR and Communications.

Annual report 2011


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Uralkali Integrated Report 2012


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GRI Tables 2012

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Uralkali Integrated Report 2014


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Uralkali Integrated Report 2019


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Uralkali Integrated Report 2020


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ESG Report 2019


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Uralkali Integrated Report 2020


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Uralkali Sustainability Report 2011


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Cardinal rules

Smoking in mines is prohibited.
Work at heights without wearing a safety harness is prohibited.
Work in electrical installations under voltage is prohibited.
It is forbidden to perform work and stay in the bottomhole zone during the operation of the mining machine.
Loading and unloading operations when people are in the danger zone are prohibited.
Working in underground mines with unsecured and/or unassembled roofing is prohibited.
It is forbidden to carry out repairs and maintenance of conveyors without disconnecting from energy sources, use of conveyors for transfer of people and goods (materials and/or equipment), crossing (either above or under) operating conveyors by employees are not allowed.
It is forbidden to carry out welding and flame work in underground mines and mine buildings without the necessary safety measures preventing fire.